[-empyre-] woooo!

So empyre,

since we all agree then that institutions like ISEA abuse political rhetoric and ideals for there own gain (to fit in with an also abusive 'academic' culture), what are ways that institutions can embody supportive discourse and action.

And since we all agree that theoretical discourse is used by institutions as window dressing...

Nato Thompson's article really goes a distance on institutional support for politically charged practice. What about discourse?

And what constitutes embodied discourse?

And what ways have people taken advantage of systems where the result was more then good self promotion.



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